2012 Geneva Motor Show - Range Rover Evoque convertible unveiled
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- 03:52 pm, March 06, 2012
The concept explores the potential of launching a premium convertible SUV.
The Range Rover Evoque became an instant success when it was launched about six months ago – the modern looking SUV with Range Rover badge and at Land Rover price quickly gained acceptance around the world. Evoque has substantially contributed to JLR’s recent success, and the company is now exploring opportunities of further expanding the range.
Land Rover has now unveiled a convertible Evoque concept at the Geneva Motor Show in order to assess the opportunity of launching similar models in the future. The Evoque convertible retains majority of the design characteristics of the coupe, and uses a soft-top retractable roof system with Roll Over Protection System (ROPS). There are no changes in the inside as this concept also gets the same technologies including Terrain response, surround cameras, park assist and infotainment system with touch screen. The Evoque concept however gets unique 21-inch Titan silver wheels and is finished in a new metallic Causeway grey paint.
Land Rover is certain to get a thumbs up from the audience at the Geneva Motor Show, and we are expecting this car to be production ready in a year or two.
Click here for more pictures of Range Rover Evoque concept.
First Published on 03:52 pm, March 06, 2012
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